You guys … I am so excited to show you the transformation of this Master Bedroom Suite. My clients moved into their beautiful home over two years ago, but as is typical with most families, other areas of the house were prioritized over the Master Bedroom and Bathroom. It was time to show this space a little love! If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my sneak peak of the Bedroom last week. Now it’s time for the full reveal of both spaces. I had the pleasure of once again collaborating with Stephanie of Plain & Posh on the Bathroom design. I think you’ll love the results.
Here is where we started in the bedroom – I don’t even have too many pictures as we were basically working with a blank slate. My clients were ready for new furniture, bedding, rug, paint … the works.
And here we are today …
Photography by Picture Perfect House
Since the bedroom before was mostly neutral and shades of brown, I wanted to bring some color in – pale green walls (Sherwin Williams – Sea Salt) and deep Indigo blue are one of my favorite combinations. Since the Indigo is a strong color, I used it around the room but kept much of the other elements light and neutral. Warm wood tones mixed with brass and marble accents also warmed things up and provided a modern rustic vibe that feels elegant but also cozy.
One goal was to create a cozy seating area in front of these gorgeous windows … one that would actually get used! Instead of the loveseat that was there previously, I suggested two comfy chairs and an ottoman they could put their feet up on. Tables (for coffee cups … or wine glasses!) were a must and a killer chandelier fills out the space.
We kept window treatments to a minimum since a) there are so many windows b) my clients really like having all of the windows open during the day since their backyard is so pretty and private and c) we felt like there was enough softness in that area with the chair, ottoman and pillow fabrics. But – for evening privacy and to help darken the room in the early morning, we added pretty textured roller shades from Hunter Douglas that work from a remote. One push of a button and they all come down at once! How cool is that?
Ok – so magazine spreads rarely show you a TV in the bedroom – but who are we kidding? How great is it to snuggle up in bed and watch TV? The TV wall can still be pretty!
Just put a gorgeous textured console with ring pulls under it and flank it with brass swing-arm lamps!
I love how this piece ties in with the nightstands without being too matchy-matchy.
We tried a few different things over the nightstands … but ultimately decided we needed to go-big-or-go-home. I am obsessed with these mirrors!
Ok … are you ready to see the Bathroom? Follow me this way …
Hold -up! I am going to keep you waiting a little longer. 😉 You want to see the “Befores” don’t you?
Inherited from the previous owners it was a classic 90’s bathroom. But certainly a lot of space to work with! Here it is today …
The goal here was to create a bathroom that was light, bright and timeless. I always love collaborating on projects with Stephanie of Plain & Posh. She is so creative, has a great eye and her cabinetry designs are both beautiful and functional.
And how can you not love this beauty …
The door to the bathroom sits on an angle, so we played that up by laying the tile on angle as well – the diamond pattern is one of my favorite elements.
For artwork, the acrylic framed close-up photographs of Agate stones bring in a natural, organic element and the colors tie in with the palette we used in the bedroom.
For the shower floor, we chose a basketweave pattern and paired it with a white subway tile running vertically up the wall.
And finally – those tall ceilings call for a dramatic light fixture. I fell in love with this Bubble light and begged my clients to trust me! SO glad they did – it’s perfect for this bathroom, don’t you think?
Of course – remodeling always seems to open a can of worms, doesn’t it? Next up on my client’s Wish-list – changing out all of the brass hinges and knobs throughout the house. There are a LOT! Somehow they are lot easier to overlook when you’ve got a gorgeous space like this to live in though, right?
Once again – I can’t thank my clients enough for bringing me into their most personal space to create something beautiful. I hope they love it as much as I do! And a big thank you to the lovely Marina of Picture Perfect House for capturing this space in pictures.